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It’s the first Tuesday of the month, which means that Reader senior writer Ben Joravsky and former Reader staffer Maya Dukmasova host their monthly live interview show at the Hideout (1354 W. Wabansia). First Tuesdays tonight takes on the politics of the Pretrial Fairness Act (“It’s not a ‘purge law,’” they tell us). Join Maya and Ben along with their guests State Senator Robert Peters and attorney April Preyar as they discuss the PFA and the steps involved in abolishing money bail. It’s $10 to attend and open to those 21+; tickets are available here. (SCJ)

Jazz composer and musician Isaiah Collier brings the Celestials Project, a 12-piece ensemble to the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago tonight. They will present a new composition as part of the museum’s In Progress series, which is designed to highlight new work from artists, thinkers, and curators and give patrons a glimpse into the creative process. It’s free to attend, and starts at 6 PM in the museum’s Edlis Neeson Theater. (SCJ)

What’s energy healing all about? Learn about different healing modalities that involve smell, taste, touch, sight, and our often ignored sense of intuition. Master teacher and practitioner Lillian Irene Lovas offers a crash course in energy healing tonight at the Chakra Shoppe (5034 N. Lincoln) which will include hands-on experiential work in crystal healing, Tibetan bowls, Reiki, and more. It’s $33 to join in and starts tonight at 7 PM; go to the Chakra Shoppe’s website to learn more. (SCJ)

In the 1970s, W.I.T.C.H. (We Intend To Cause Havoc) was the biggest rock band in Zambia, and tonight they’ll be bringing their incendiary hybrid of psych-rock and African beats to the Empty Bottle (1035 N. Western) stage. Opening for them is tripped out garage rocker Pedrum Siadatian, who performs under the moniker “Paint.” The show starts at 8:30 PM and is open to those 21 and older. Tickets are currently sold out, but contact the venue to see if any will be released at the box office. (MC)